|—||James Baldwin (via 2brwngrls)|
So cool…Although this amazing orchestral piece, performed by Ensemble ACJW, is a mere 4:30 long, it manages to include snippets of 43 different cartoon theme songs. Most are only around five seconds long, but the awesome part is that this video provides a few… visual clues to help you out. Good luck!
via 109, via themarysue
↳ C → cuban-american
"I was on a plane watching a documentary about Diana Vreeland, who was the editor of Vogue for years, who is incredible […] They asked her ‘How do you get to be Diana Vreeland?’ and her response was ‘Well, darling, first you have to arrange to be born in Paris!’ And that worked for her, and that’s great, but if someone were to ask me, I’d say: First, you’d have to arrange to be born in the Bronx, to two brilliant, fantastic, Cuban immigrants who taught me grace under fire…sometimes quite literally, ‘cause it was the Bronx…who taught me that work was a blessing and not a chore, who taught me that you determine your self worth and that you tell people who you are…they don’t get to tell you." - Gina Torres
Rosie Perez love, 25 years ago in the uber-original (as far as I know) title sequence for DO THE RIGHT THING
I was at this. Great film event and chat afterwards!
THE FUTURE WEIRD: remote control
Wednesday 26th MARCH 2014 @8PM, Spectacle Theater
The Future Weird is back with REMOTE CONTROL, an evening of films concerning witches & bitches – women who see, take, and sell things they cannot grasp. Whether they wield powers to possess, or are somehow controlled, the technologies these films document are deployed without regard for reciprocity or consent.
REMOTE CONTROL is both the loss of individual agency, and the thrilling ability to inhabit another’s body. Presenting weird clips alongside shorts by Zina Saro Wiwa, Elaine Castillo, Fyzal Boulifa, and the U.S. Premiere of TOUCH by Shola Amoo, we’re talking possession, surveillance, “brain to brain interface”, and the sinister compulsion to repurpose the humanoid. Join us on Wednesday 26th March @8PM as we contemplate the human of use of human beings.
More details & RSVP via the Facebook event page
The Future Weird is a screening series dedicated to sci-fi/experimental/weird film by black, African & Third World directors created by Derica Shields & Megan Eardley. Find details of previous programs and follow us here & here
The Pho Challenge at Bistro B in Garland, Texas
Pho Challenge (by Kiet Van)
yall really cant fuck with texas every restaurant got food like this
Muhammad Ali knocks out Cleveland Williams